Tag Archives: 1909
This is a Koehler hold to light postcard of the Art Institute of Chicago. It is interesting because the moon isn’t yellow, and the windows aren’t either. Usually on these cards the sun or moon will be yellow and the … Continue reading
This Dwig card from the “That’s What They All Say” series shows a snooty looking fellow telling a girl “You are the only girl who evah caused my heart to palpitate.” But she knows he’s full of crap! Instead … Continue reading
I won this Dwig card on eBay a few weeks ago as the lone bidder for $5. It is part of Tuck’s “Facts and Fancies” series, no. 120. It was mailed in 1909 to Miss Lottie Cilner(?) in Richville, Michigan. … Continue reading
This week I added 3 more of Dwig’s “How Can You Do It on ____ Per?” cards to my collection. I have been slacking in the Dwig department over the past year and haven’t bought too many of his cards. … Continue reading
Mailed on December 28, 1909 to welcome in 1910. Whitney New Year Greetings, mailed December 30, 1921. Clapsaddle Native American baby, part of a New Year series. Mailed December 22, 1913.
There are a lot of varieties of postcards similar to the one above that says “To My Dear Cousin.” There are cards for fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts, etc. Below is a card meant for a brother. Both cards … Continue reading
Anyone who goes to the Jersey Shore during the summer knows salt water taffy is a summer essential! This card is an advertising card for Fralinger’s in Atlantic City. The back reads “For 45 cents in stamps we ship a … Continue reading